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Japanese manga, literally translated as “comic,” is a stylized art unto itself, with doe-eyed heroines, spiky-haired heroes and plenty of magic-meets-technology action. Sometimes called “anime,” manga is ever popular not only in the East but also in the

Japanese manga, literally translated as “comic,” is a stylized art unto itself, with doe-eyed heroines, spiky-haired heroes and plenty of magic-meets-technology action. Sometimes called “anime,” manga is ever popular not only in the East but also in the Western world, lining book and comic store shelves. Creating your own manga comics is not unlike creating any other comic, graphic novel or prose fiction; your imagination is the limit, and--like any of those other books--it’s about story.

Jot down ideas for the story of your manga comic; in keeping with the traditional “rules” of storytelling, remember your story must have a beginning, middle and end. Each of these elements contain sub-elements: the beginning introduces your characters and the dilemma they face. The middle contains the climax, or conflict, of the story. The end must resolve the conflict between good versus evil.

Sketch ideas for your characters. Generally, most stories feature the main character(s) of the story, the hero or heroines and, of course, the villain(s). Manga specifically has male characters be thin and muscular (as opposed to the bulky, muscular frames of western superheroes), while the heroines are typically “cute,” young and rather impish.

Japanese manga, literally translated as “comic,” is a stylized art unto itself, with doe-eyed heroines, spiky-haired heroes and plenty of magic-meets-technology action. Sometimes called “anime,” manga is ever popular not only in the East but also in the Western world, lining book and comic store shelves. Creating your own manga comics is not unlike creating any other comic, graphic novel or prose fiction; your imagination is the limit, and--like any of those other books--it’s about story.

Jot down ideas for the story of your manga comic; in keeping with the traditional “rules” of storytelling, remember your story must have a beginning, middle and end. Each of these elements contain sub-elements: the beginning introduces your characters and the dilemma they face. The middle contains the climax, or conflict, of the story. The end must resolve the conflict between good versus evil.

Sketch ideas for your characters. Generally, most stories feature the main character(s) of the story, the hero or heroines and, of course, the villain(s). Manga specifically has male characters be thin and muscular (as opposed to the bulky, muscular frames of western superheroes), while the heroines are typically “cute,” young and rather impish.

Making photo comic is simple! FotoJet, a free online photo comic maker will help you turn your photos into a comic strip with family, friends, or pets as the stars by offering you various free comic templates.

Japanese manga, literally translated as “comic,” is a stylized art unto itself, with doe-eyed heroines, spiky-haired heroes and plenty of magic-meets-technology action. Sometimes called “anime,” manga is ever popular not only in the East but also in the Western world, lining book and comic store shelves. Creating your own manga comics is not unlike creating any other comic, graphic novel or prose fiction; your imagination is the limit, and--like any of those other books--it’s about story.

Jot down ideas for the story of your manga comic; in keeping with the traditional “rules” of storytelling, remember your story must have a beginning, middle and end. Each of these elements contain sub-elements: the beginning introduces your characters and the dilemma they face. The middle contains the climax, or conflict, of the story. The end must resolve the conflict between good versus evil.

Sketch ideas for your characters. Generally, most stories feature the main character(s) of the story, the hero or heroines and, of course, the villain(s). Manga specifically has male characters be thin and muscular (as opposed to the bulky, muscular frames of western superheroes), while the heroines are typically “cute,” young and rather impish.

Making photo comic is simple! FotoJet, a free online photo comic maker will help you turn your photos into a comic strip with family, friends, or pets as the stars by offering you various free comic templates.

In the days and weeks and months and years and decades that we’ve all been fascinated and consumed by art and story in comic books, I’d like to wager my hard-earned pounds that, during your  time as a fan… you’ve probably attempted to create your own character in one way or another.

Typically, we scribbled our creations in the back of our school books and sometimes maybe even crafted an actual book using scrap paper and felt-tip pens which were always lovingly taped or stapled together in a scrappy mess and then proudly presented to our mothers to read and enjoy at their leisure… you’re welcome mum.

If you’re like me, you probably even attempted to build your own action figures out of clay or plasticine as a kid,  all in an attempt to create your own character and with the absolute assumption that the finished result would easily be as cool as Batman or Thundercats or Judge Dredd or Captain America or… whatever you thought was the coolest thing in the world at the time.   Easily.

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